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Friday, March 8, 2013

The Ten Best/Worst Dressed Juggalos at the Anybody Killa/Blaze Ya Dead Homie Show

Posted By on Fri, Mar 8, 2013 at 11:25 AM

  • Jon Gitchoff

Psychopathic records affiliates Anybody Killa and Blaze Ya Dead Homie performed at Pop's last night as part of their Drive-by Tour. First off, I'm just saying, when the name of the tour is the "Drive By Tour," I feel like you shouldn't be allowed to even stop the bus. Like maybe just drive in circles in the parking lot or something, and perform through the vehicle's stereo system. I don't know, maybe I'm quibbling, but I feel misled.

Anyway, we sent photographer Jon Gitchoff to the show to catch the highlights. Pictures from the performance can be found as part of our complete slideshow for the evening. For the purposes of this post, we are just going to be looking at the night's best and worst dressed Juggalos.

See Also: -The Ten Most Psychopathic Juggalos at Last Night's Twiztid Show -We Test the ICP "Juggalo Locator" App, for the Sake of Journalism


Number Ten

Between the obvious love for Pantera (I like to just call 'em 'Tera, because we're tight like that) and affinity toward psychotic clown rap, doesn't this dude seem like somebody you'd want to take with you on a long road trip? Also, I like the line of thinking, when approached by a professional photographer for a picture at a show, to strike this pose. Looking good, friend.


Number Nine

Sorry man, but did you apply that facepaint on the ride over? Uneven lines indicate a shaky hand. Nervous about the show, trembling as you got all gussied up? Either way that shit looks terrible. Step your psychopathic clown facepaint game up, bro. And what's with the "W C" hand signals? I think there are plenty of folks that would argue that you are actually repping the West Coast with that move, no matter how Wicked of a Clown you may think you are.

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